Rail company to investigate accident that killed 11 people and left a 'few children' injured
Overseas stars said to harbour concerns about playing in France after Paris terror attacks, which killed Diarra's cousin
'They are not anonymous victims, they have faces, names,' says French prime minister Manuel Valls
Real Madrid striker and Djibril Cisse caught up in an alleged plot involving a sex tape featuring international team-mate Mathieu Valbuena
Bus and lorry collided and burst into flames 20 minutes into pensioners' day trip
Heroics from Scotland and Wales are not enough to stop the southern hemisphere giants in epic quarter finals
England may be out, but the knockout stages should deliver yet more stupendous rugby
They made the final in 2011 and after four years of mediocrity could the French be about to spring yet another World Cup surprise?
Three officers fired on by men on motorbike in Sousse, two months after 38 tourists were killed
One of France's best known doctors tweeted that the king 'could have paid his bill of €3.7m to the Paris hospitals. A polite gesture!'
This year's Bastille Day celebrations may be more sombre than usual, after a difficult year for France
Men were 'brandishing sawn-off shotguns' in what is believed to have been an attempted robbery
Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz feared he was going blind, but doctors were bound by patient confidentiality laws
Far-right family feud deepens as the National Front's patriarch is suspended from the party he founded
Extramarital dating website Gleeden is facing a court battle in France for 'encouraging people to cheat'
The expensive delicacy, described as the 'Abu Ghraib of poultry dishes', at centre of legal battle in France
Ten people died when two helicopters appeared to collide during filming for a reality TV show in Argentina
French president urges 'faster, more effective sanctions' for racial crimes in the wake of kosher supermarket siege
Company says it was 'hacked' but scandal adds to fear French anti-Semitism is on the rise
L'Affaire du Carlton continues as former IMF chief faces charges of 'pimping in an organised group'